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The Bulgarian Black Sea coast is a wonderful place for a summer holiday. Cape Emine is the place where the Balkan Mountains meet the sea. The coastline is 378 km long, with 209 beaches that have a total area of 16 square kilometres.
Some are wide, while others are small and nestled in picturesque bays. The beaches and the sea offer excellent conditions for various water sports such as surfing, water skiing, diving, underwater exploration, and fishing, whether from the surface or underwater.
And one big surprise - Black Sea waters are not salty at all compared to the Mediterranean, which makes it particularly pleasant for swimming.

Besides the combination of sun, sand and sea, the Black Sea resorts offer hiking, biking and horseback riding, as well as ecotourism.

Some Bulgarian rivers flow into the Black Sea. Their mouths are surrounded by dense, breezy, moisture-loving forests. A few of the rivers are navigable for small motor boats and offer unforgettable trips for nature lovers. The resorts located on the Black Sea are pre-eminently suited to family vacations as well as to individual holidays and entertainment. Albena, Rusalka, St. Konstantin and St. Helena, Elenite and Dyuni are especially preferred by families with children. Younger tourists go to Sunny Beach, Golden Sands, Primorsko and Lozenets, because of the lively nightlife. Sunny Beach is the largest resort complex in the country, and it often hosts parties that include world- famous DJs and performers.

Sozopol and Nesebar ( UNESCO heritage sites) are famous for their combination of beautiful coastal nature and historic landmarks. These two towns both have thousands of years of history, and attract a steady stream of summer tourists.

The city of Sozopol, located on a scenic bay along the southern Bulgarian coast, is one of the oldest cities on the coast and one of the country’s most popular seaside resorts. The romantic atmosphere of the city’s beautiful old town with its narrow cobbled streets and venerable old houses, attracts visitors from all over the world.

The Ropotamo Nature Reserve is a short distance south of Sozopol, on the river of the same name. There visitors may take riverboat trips to view the region’s rich assortment of birds and plant life.

The town of Nesebar was established more than 3200 years ago.
Because of its exceptional cultural and historical value in 1983 Old Nesebar was included in the List of World Cultural Heritage Sites of UNESCO.
The Archaeological Museum is located at the beginning of the peninsula. It exhibits finds discovered during local archaeological excavations. Part of the fortified wall can be seen in the Old Town. A number of churches have been preserved and two of them – St. Spas and St. Stefan, have been transformed into museums.

Many of the houses in the Old Town were built during the Bulgarian Revival Period (18th – 19th centuries).
There are numerous restaurants in the vicinity that serve delicious seafood.

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Package for you

A Seaside Vacation on the Northern Black Sea Coast

A package for two including: return flights UK-Bulgaria, transfers between the resorts (Golden Sands, Albena or St. Constantine) and Varna airport, 6 nights at a 4-star hotel in the chosen resort, Half Board (breakfast and dinner), international travel insurance and a cultural walking tour with a guide.

Destination / Resort Golden Sands, Albena or St. Constantine
Board type HB
Period 7 days, 6 nights
Accommodation 4-star hotel
Package includes Cultural tour with a guide

A Seaside Vacation on the Southern Black Sea Coast

A package for two including: return flights UK-Bulgaria, transfers between the resorts (Nessebar, Sozopol, Sunny Beach or Elenite) and Burgas airport, 6 nights at a 4-star hotel in the chosen resort, Half Board (breakfast and dinner), international travel insurance and a cultural walking tour with a guide.

Destination / Resort Nessebar, Sozopol, Sunny Beach or Elenite
Board type HB
Period 7 days, 6 nights
Accommodation 4-star hotel
Package includes Cultural tour with a guide

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